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Sunday, June 08, 2003

This has to mean something for technology and urban youth ministry
A confidential memo leaked onto the web and says that Apple Music Store is a wild, wild success. People pay 99 cents per song, and that microbusiness is effective. They figured out how to limit the number of times a song gets copied (preventing the Napsterization of a song). What this might mean for ministry... uh... somehow our youth can sell music or movies or songs - or the youth workers can sell sermons or powerpoints or sermon outlines - or I can sell my articles... because at 99 cents PEOPLE WILL BUY THEM.

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